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Middlebury-led panel zooms in on Vermont’s climate future

70 users participated in a webinar for Vermont's branch of the

By NICOLE POLLACK

April 16, 2020

“What you do locally will change the future,” said Dr. Eban Goodstein, who launched the "Solve Climate by 2030" project last year.

Community members talk climate action in Nordic countries

By ROYA TOURAN

March 12, 2020

Fran and Spence Putnam, local climate activists and community members of SNEG, spoke Friday afternoon about their recent self-designed study tour of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Iceland, and what they think Vermont can learn from Nordic countries’ climate policies.

Interdisciplinary panel continues climate conversation started by Klein

By CECELIA SCHEUER

February 27, 2020

Exploring the role of education in a time of global uncertainty, an interdisciplinary panel and Q&A served as a follow-up to writer and climate activist Naomi Klein’s Feb.13 talk. Moderators Hannah Laga Abraham ’23 and Ivonne Serna ’23 asked five faculty members from across the disciplines — Ca...

McKibben talks arrest, upcoming mass action

Bill McKibben, scholar-in-residence at Middlebury, introduced his longtime friend Naomi Klein at the Scott A. Margolin ’99 lecture last Thursday. He was arrested last month in Washington D.C. while protesting Chase Bank’s relationship with fossil fuels.

By NICOLE POLLACK

February 20, 2020

Bill McKibben was arrested in a D.C. Chase Bank branch last month, ahead of a national mass action planned for April 23

Sunrise movement hits Middlebury with banner drops

A banner dropped in BiHall on December 6 by Sunrise Middlebury. The nation-wide youth movement advocates for action to combat climate change.

By ERICA BISAILLON

January 23, 2020

A banner dropped in BiHall on December 6 by Sunrise Middlebury. The nation-wide youth movement advocates for action to combat climate change.

We commit to climate-conscious coverage

We commit to climate-conscious coverage

By EDITORIAL BOARD

September 26, 2019

For those who joined the protest at College Park last Friday, it felt like maybe — just maybe — we might still have cause for hope.

What will you do now?

What will you do now?

By EMILY THOMPSON

September 26, 2019

Though I use alarmist language to describe the climate crisis, I actually don’t think much about this emergency anymore.

Climate Action Group Reunites

On Jan. 17, alumni from 350.org, the largest international campaign for climate action, and SNG, the College's first environmental group gathered for

By Viviana Altamirano

January 21, 2015

On Jan. 17, alumni from the Sunday Night Group (SNG) and 350.org held a ten-year anniversary reunion for the conference “What Works? New Strategies for a Melting Planet.” SNG is Middlebury’s first environmental activism group, and 350.org is the largest international campaign for climate actio...

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